CNC Industries in 2011

CNC Industries is very excited to be starting a new year.  At the end of the decade as well as the year, I thought it would be interesting to see how CNC Industries has performed over the course of the last 10 years.  Looking at 2000 compared to 2010 we can see a drastic change in the scale and methods of work for CNC Industries.

Overall we have had a 15%/ year average growth maintained – obviously some of those have been better than others.  As a precision machine shop, this is an impressive growth to maintain over 10 years.  With manufacturing jobs disappearing every year, we are especially proud of our track record of growth.

The primary industries that we served in 2010 were the Aerospace and Defense industries.  We fully support Kanban on-site delivery arrangements for our customers, deal mostly with electronic ordering systems and are releasing our second major version of Job Manager – our internal ERP system.  In 2000 we were working primarily with industrial customers, shipping most orders in a single shipment, and we had just released version 1 of Job Manager.  While we still work with many of the industrial customers that we had in 2000, we have grown further in the precision Aerospace and Defense machining markets.

Over the last 10 years we have shipped nearly 10 million individual precision machined components to our customers, in nearly 50,000 individual shipments for an average of 200 parts in each shipment.  We have produced everything from single prototype components, to mass run quantities of 100,000 or more.

Over the last year we have had more RFQ’s from a larger variety of potential customers than we have in the prior 5 years put together, which leads us to feel that 2011 will be a great year and a great start to the next decade.

We look forward to growing further, and continuing to produce high quality precision machined components for our customers.

January 21st, 2011|